Mustang Improves First Responder Water Rescue Kit

MarineLink.com
Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Mustang Survival’s First Responder Water Rescue Kit (MRK110) has been updated to include an M.I.T. 100 Inflatable PFD, replacing the belt pack inflatable. The M.I.T. 100 provides added safety and performance features over the belt pack.

The Water Rescue Kit contains everything the first responder needs to conduct a basic emergency water rescue:

•An M.I.T. 100 Inflatable PFD (MD2014) to protect the officer.  The M.I.T. 100 is a collar-style PFD that inflates manually when the activation cord is pulled.
•A patented Rescue Stick (MRD100) to stabilize the victim. The Rescue Stick is a high-accuracy, throwable buoyancy aid that inflates automatically upon water contact.
•A Throw Bag (MRD175) to retrieve the victim. The throw bag includes 75’ of floating polypropylene rope.
•A drop-tested, impact resistant, air and watertight Pelican case. This case meets military, ATA and federal specifications.

The MRK110 Water Rescue Kit will be available at select dealers in summer of 2013.

www.mustangsurvival.com
 

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